• IPhone Rumors: Apple Is Doing Something About That Notch

    IPhone Rumors: Apple Is Doing Something About That Notch

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    If we are able to provide you guys with some concrete info that this year's iPhone lineup will feature a notch that will possess a significantly reduced size, then we definitely have high hopes for the series of devices that are going to be dropping in next year.
  • Facebook is going to start surveying users to determine trustworthy news sources

    Facebook is going to start surveying users to determine trustworthy news sources

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    Facebook's goal in changing the news feed is to shift us from being passive to being actively engaged. Ultimately, he said, it will help the company determine what's a broadly trustworthy source and what isn't. That data, Mosseri said, will serve to inform News Feed rankings. While Zuckerberg's tone sounds like he's doing right by us, he's also doing right by Facebook.
  • How major U.S. stock indexes fared on Wednesday

    How major U.S. stock indexes fared on Wednesday

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    Goldman said it lost $1.93 billion in the fourth quarter as the investment bank had to record more than $4 billion in charges related to the new tax law. The Dow is up 312.46 points, or 1.2 percent. The data drove European counterparts higher as well, with Germany's 10-year bond yield hitting a six-month top at 0.595 percent.
  • Columbus still contender for Amazon's second headquarters

    Columbus still contender for Amazon's second headquarters

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    SCATTER CITY: If Amazon wants a headquarters close to downtown, Suffolk Downs may be out, leaving the company with a smorgasbord of different sites that would have to be cobbled together to make enough room for the 50,000 employees. "It's the flawless site", John Barros, Boston's chief of economic development, told WBUR. Similarly, Philadelphia could give Amazon $1 billion in tax incentives .